2016 has been a tough year and weâ€™ve lost too many good people along the way. Kelly and Ferg are responding the only way they know how: with music that acknowledges the struggles we all face but celebrates the fact weâ€™ve made it this far.
The Declaration of Interdependence is a conscious recognition that the need for community, connection and mutual support has never been greaterâ€”we all need each other more than ever.
Through songs of joy and sadness and all the messy things that make us human, Kelly Brouhaha, Fergus Maximus and some very special friends will help connect the dots between us. Come and join Kelly & Ferg in an intimate evening of masterful pop/soul storytelling.
Back in 2013 and 2014, Clare Bowditchâ€”the Oprah Winfrey of Australian Creativesâ€” welcomed 200-odd â€˜sensitive creative typesâ€™ to her un-Conference aptly-titled â€˜Big Hearted Businessâ€™. Left with the advice to â€˜band together and make cool shit happenâ€™, Kelly and Ferg have done just that. This show is the culmination of a two years of scheming over cups of tea and dreaming about ways to embrace the big-hearted approach to life and the music business. In that spirit, 10% of proceeds from the show will be donated to Cancer Council SA (because cancer sucks and we are well sick of it).
If you’re unfamiliar with the â€˜Songwriters in the Roundâ€™ format, Kelly and Ferg will take turns singing songs and telling the stories behind the songs, sometimes solo, sometimes together and sometimes inviting special guests to join in. It is going to be a relaxed and engaging night of captivating voices and genuine musical community.
The Declaration of Interdependence. Because we all need each other.
Check out the Facebook event for more details. Doors open at 8:00. It’s a school night so we’ll be done by 10:30ish. Tix will be available at the door but you can save yourself the hassle by pre-ordering using this link.
Please share the event around your networks and feel free to print out the flyer (below) and stick it up on your noticeboard at work or in the lunch room. It is going to be so much fun and we’d love to see you there.